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Weather: 2016 Rain Shortage

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John Martin, DES spokesman. issued the following statements today regarding the unusually dry conditions NH is experiencing this year. According to an article in the union leader The alert by the DES comes in the wake of a rare event…

Kevin Avard Files for NH Senate

Kevin Avard filed for re-election for the New Hampshire Senate in District 12 which includes Greenville, Mason, New Ipswich, Rindge, and Nashua wards 1, 2 and 5. He has served one term in the Senate and currently serves on the…

Electricity Suppliers/Aggregators

You may or may not be aware that since 2001 NH residents and businesses could purchase electricity from alternate electricity producers to be delivered over the existing PSNH (now Eversource) wires. Not much changes but the cost of electricity. “There…

NED, The End?

In a 2016-05-23 filing at FERC, Kinder Morgan requests: Pursuant to Rule 216(a) of the Commission’s Rules of Practice and Procedure, 18 C.F.R. § 385.216(a)(2015), Tennessee provides notice of its withdrawal of the Application in this proceeding. Tennessee appreciates the…

Right-to-Know Supreme Court Victory

Our state’s Right-to-Know Law became more robust on April 19. That’s when the New Hampshire Supreme Court issued a unanimous decision that public bodies must, if requested, provide documents in electronic format when they are maintained electronically. For me, this…

Elderly Man Found Safe Overnight

MASON — An 88-year-old man with dementia was found Sunday morning suffering from hypothermia after wandering away from his son’s home overnight, authorities said. Edmond Levesque, of Lunenburg, was staying at his son’s home on Hurricane Hill Road when he…